CVS Health has made community health and wellness central to our charge for a better world.
From the 2015 deployment of telehealth to the launch of new digital pharmacy tools that drive adherence, CVS Health innovations are increasing access to care and making it more affordable. Such Health in Action initiatives can be seen in a variety of other ways across the enterprise, including the ongoing expansion of our Gold Emblem Abound line of healthy snacks. These products are free of artificial flavors and preservatives and contain zero grams of trans fat. We removed tobacco products from our stores more than a year ago, and this past year the CVS Health Foundation announced a five-year, $5 million commitment to the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids. We’ve also partnered with Scholastic to provide nearly 3 million children and their parents with resources on the dangers of smoking. And Project Health, which provides free health screenings to patients, reached nearly 89,000 people in 2015. These events, which take place in communities across the country, support underserved populations and focus on diabetes and hypertension.
Gold Emblem Abound™ products now available
Project Health events in 2015
kids educated about the dangers of smoking through our partnership with Scholastic